Before going to see the video, we are obliged to notify those who expect to see a Sony Xperia Z1 stabbed with scissors as if it were Norman Bates in Psycho, which This test aims to demonstrate the ability of the protective sheet to resist scratches of greater or lesser intensity. Similarly, the water resistance is not tested by submerging the device in the Mariana Trench. Therefore, if you expect to see someone get ruthless with a smartphone that costs more than my car, we are sorry to have disappointed you.
The endurance test
As you have just seen, the screen protector of the Sony Xperia Z1 it has resisted without problems the stakes produced with a plastic square – a somewhat ridiculous weapon, on the other hand -, the tip of a pair of scissors, a screwdriver and a blade. The result is that the protector that is installed as standard on the smartphone has been left to drag, while the screen TFT with Triluminos technology and five inches seems to remain immaculate. We leave for another day the debate of whether Sony it should offer more resistant protectors.
Changing the screen saver
After testing and smashing the screen protector, it was time to remove it and replace it with a new one. As you have seen in the second video, removal of the damaged protector requires some skill, while we assume that you will have enough skill to put the new sheet without problems.
In case you haven’t noticed, the withdrawal of the serial sheet has an ‘Ace’ up its sleeve, which one? What When the protector is removed, the Sony logo goes with it, since the Japanese company has decided to re-stamp it on the sheet and not in the body of the smartphone, as it did in its day with the Xperia Z. And when you choose a new protector, will you look for an original one with the logo of Sony or don’t you think you’re going to miss the four silver letters on the screen of your device?Source: Recombu (Youtube) Via: XperiaBlog